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Yesterday's PlayStation meeting brought us a lot of big news. If you're looking for a good laugh check out the abridged version of the PlayStation meeting by VideoGamerTV. It's quite an amusing watch for Sony fans and non-Sony fans alike, so be sure to check it out if you're looking to kill some time, and stay tuned tonight for our recap of all the news that's come in over the last 24 hours.

Quantic Dream is known for pushing boundaries with their games; heck, the efforts they put into Heavy Rain is proof enough. Still, there was a very clear line between their game and reality, caused by the limits of technology at the time. However, David Cage shows us that with Sony's new console, their ability to showcase emotion has improved vastly. It's hard for me to find complaints about the demo above, and it'll only get better as they learn to use the system more effectively.

At today's PlayStation meeting, Ubisoft displayed Watch Dogs for PlayStation 4. The game appears to be heavily inspired by the Assassin's Creed franchise in style and gameplay, but it features a modern, cyberconnected world and a story taking place in the lovely city of Chicago. Check out the action-packed trailer to see stealth, chase sequences, and exploding trains! What's equally exciting is that the end of the trailer confirms rumors that Watch Dogs is coming to the Wii U, in the form of a cute little logo at the bottom of the screen. Keep your eyes peeled for more Watch Dogs information as it comes!

Knack is one of the most original titles showcased at Sony's PlayStation meeting tonight and one of the more interesting concepts we've seen in quite a while. Knack features a little robot aiding a human army against alien invaders. Knack himself seems to be made out of some sort of stone and can grow and shrink his body with more material present. You can catch the full trailer here. It's going to be exciting to see how the release of this game plays out — I know it's on my watch list.

At tonight's PlayStation meeting, we received news of a new racing game called Drive Club, which focuses on highly detailed models, team-based gameplay, and smartphone integration. You can click here for more information or check out the full trailer for the stunning game above.

At tonight's PlayStation meeting, we saw several game trailers alongside the reveal of Sony's PlayStation 4. One such game trailer is for Killzone: Shadow Fall. First we see a cinematic of the futuristic city in which the game takes place, and then we have a hefty load of gameplay. You can check out the gorgeous trailer above and let us know what you think in the comments.

Nintendo has just released a video on its YouTube account of Iwata and Miyamoto enjoying themselves in Luigi costumes. When the shenanigans are over, Miyamoto sits down to discuss many details of their goals and results for Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. Much of the video was seen at last week's Nintendo Direct, but there is plenty of charm at the start and new information for those who missed it last week to make this video a worthwhile watch.


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UPDATE: The PlayStation meeting has officially concluded. If you missed it or wish to see it again, a repeat of the stream is currently underway. Otherwise, check out the next few pages on Gamnesia's index. Today had a ton of news outside of the meeting, and an event this big on top of all that means there's a lot of stuff in store for you. So sit back, grab a bowl of popcorn, and check out all of today's news!

Excited about tonight's PlayStation event? So are we. At 5:00 PM CST, Sony will be holding a press event to display the future of the PlayStation brand. Many assume this means that Sony will be revealing the PlayStation 4 for the first time to the world, but we very well may see news concerning PlayStation 3 and even Vita, as well. You can catch a live stream of this momentous event right here at Gamnesia and written updates rolling out on our site as more information comes in.


This is the first of a new, badly photoshopped, weekly feature where I highlight some game-related videos of different sorts by fans. The subject matter and featured artists will vary; while some may be people you've seen before, I'm going to do my best to bring some newer talent to light. Jump inside to see this week's picks!

The release of Aliens: Colonial Marines was arguably one of the biggest disappointments of recent gaming history--not quite at Duke Nukem Forever levels, but close. The trailers built up so much hype that nearly every shooter and Aliens fan was itching to get their hands on the latest attempt to bring the franchise to consoles. Then the reviews came out, and suddenly Colonial Marines was being blasted left and right by nearly every reviewer on the net; many said it was basically incomplete. It's a hot topic right now, and Jim Sterling is ready to give his two cents on just how such a fantastic-looking game came to disappoint everyone.


I may be more of a Nintendo gamer than I am a PlayStation or Xbox gamer, and arguably a bigger PC gamer than any of the consoles, but even I know that blocking used games is going to be a console killer. We already know the Wii U doesn't do such things. I can attest to this because I own a used copy of New Super Mario Bros. U. Sure, maybe it only saved me $5, but that's still $5 I was able to put towards a pre-order for Pikmin 3. The fact remains that if this does happen, or if they attempt to do an "ultimate pass" for $100 which allows gamers to "unlock" unlimited used games, I tend to agree that the Wii U will reap the benefits of higher game sales since they will have the used game market all to themselves.

To be honest, I don't want any of the console makers to fail, so I just hope all these rumors (some dating a year old) just tend to be complete crap.


This week's Bonus Round focus's squarely on genre preferences. You might be surprised to see what genre's are mentioned as it's not necessarily what many would expect. As an example, one of the panel's favorite genres is Tower Defense! Of course while it's a nice debate above, what we really want to know is what your favorite genre is. Sound off in the comments and let the debates begin!

It's a cruel world out there. You need to fight to survive, and luckily the Police Force is always there to give a helping hand when you need it most. The new LEGO City Undercover trailer shows us some thrilling and exciting new gameplay sequences found in the Wii U exclusive, alongside some new scenes that are dipped in that golden sense of humor found throughout the LEGO games, so be sure to watch it! One thing is certain though, we can't wait to join Chase McCain in his pursuit of justice when LEGO City Undercover next month.

A Hat in Time is one of those incredible labors of love that the only an incredibly passionate and talented fan could bring to life, and it's definitely alive. Seen in the video above, A Hat in Time is being developed solely by Jonas Kaerlev, a Danish software student who also goes by Mecha the Slag. It has a bit of the Banjo-Kazooie/Donkey Kong 64 soul to it, but beautifully polished graphics with a hint of Wind Waker in them. Judging by the description of the game on Jonas' website, it's made for pure fun and frivolity, and has a lot of character; very Rare indeed.

In an interview with Jonas on Nintendo Everything, he states that he's found a publisher who's very interested in moving the game to the Wii U; here's hoping he finds the legs to get it there. Of course, with any huge undertaking like this, fan support means everything. If you like what you see so far, head over and give him some words of encouragement; he's put countless hours of work into every single texture you see in the video.


Carlos Eiene, a small-scale YouTube pianist, has just released a medley of Nintendo songs for piano in celebration of hitting 200 subscribers. The medley covers a huge amount of Nintendo's history, from the early release of Donkey Kong to modern games such as Super Mario Galaxy. This type of video may remind some Kyle Landry, famous for impeccable improvisation and inspired video game medleys, but the vast inter-franchise content covered by Eiene and the memories he brings through his celebration of Nintendo's history is admirable in its own right.

If you liked this medley, you may also want to have a listen to his jazz cover of the music from Kakariko Village.